The new Express Entry draw for the federal Express Entry pool has invited about 3,200 invitations to apply for Canadian permanent residency to qualified federal skilled workers whose competitive skils and score set them apart from other candidates and shows Canada the level of talents which would be brought to enhance the gross domestic profit of Canada.
With the aid of the tie-breaking rule of the 6th of December 2019, the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score in the December 11 invitation round was 472. Since its inception, the Express Entry pool has solely been in charge of managing Canada’s three major streams for skilled labor and immigrants — the Federal Skilled Workers Class, Federal Skilled Trade Class, and Canadian Experience Class.
The Express Entry operates with a fair yet competitive system where candidates are ranked in the pool based on the four core major factors such as the age, level of education, work experience and proficiency in English, which the Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada generates an overall cumulative score point which candidates who score above that score are issued an invitation to apply for the Canadian permanent residency visa. A job offer is not required in order to be eligible for an Express Entry invitation to apply (ITA), though additional CRS points are awarded if a candidate has one.
A set number of the highest-ranked candidates are invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence through regular draws from the pool. These invitation rounds typically take place every two weeks and the vast majority involve candidates from all three Express Entry-managed categories.
The cut-off CRS score is determined by factors including the number of candidates in the Express Entry pool, the time between draws and the number of ITAs issued.
In total, the IRCC has now issued 82,100 ITAs in 2019. This is 7,700 ITAs short of the 89,800 that were issued in 2018, which stands as the most ITAs issued in a single year through the Express Entry system.
“It’s been a busy couple of weeks for enhanced PNP nomination streams and that is welcoming news for Express Entry candidates with lower CRS scores,” said David Cohen, senior partner with the Campbell Cohen Canadian immigration law firm.
“Although the December 11th draw was relatively small, there’s always the possibility of larger ones down the road, especially as we enter a new year with a higher admissions target.
With both Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister) and Marco Mendicino (Immigration Minister) of the Liberal party in charge, aspiring immigrants can expect that immigration targets would be increased sparingly to take in a whole lot of foreign skilled workers.
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